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Ava Kiwanis Club News

Greetings from Kiwanis Club of Ava!  We have been questioned several times in the past few weeks why we are just celebrating 25 years as a club, so we decided to use this column to answer those questions. Yes, there are ...

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Looking Backward 9.26.2013

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago September 22, 1988   State Representative Mervin Case, R-Ava, has been asked to appear before the State Milk Board in Jefferson City on Oct. 6 to address complaints concerning practices by the board.  Case said he believes ...

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What About This…? 9.26.2013

By Wayne William Cipriano In a democratic republic like the United States of America, the citi­zens select representatives who operate within the governmental structure carrying with them the power to act by what the Declaration of Independence calls the “consent ...

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Looking Backward 9.19.2013

Looking Backward

  25 Years Ago September 15, 1988   How bad was it?  Coach Larry Silvey says it was one of the worst games he has had as an Ava coach. The Ava Bears lost, 13-12, at Rog­ersville last Friday night ...

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Letter to the Editor 9.19.2013

I recently read the letter to the editor by Carol Boeddeker-Genet and found it very interesting not to mention the outrage I felt about what is happening in our country today; but wait… where were her facts coming from?   So ...

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Strong Desire To Work With Kids

Ginger's family color

By Sue Curry Jones Teaching special education was not a part of Ginger Gastineau’s career plan when she graduated from Ava High School in 1993.  Her first choice was a vocation with numbers and a job in the field of ...

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First Annual MOTO Show Comes To Town

Ava Pride Band Boosters will be hosting their First Annual MOTO Show Saturday, Sept. 28, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Ava Performing Arts Center parking lot.  With 10 competitive classes ranging from vintage cars to tractors, there ...

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